The technical detail available to members of our profession is incredible. It also has the potential to be suffocating as the voluminous regulations, ISO policies, procedures, local site requirements, paperwork, basic training, etc. become overwhelming commitments of our time and effort. With all this focus on reactive and condition-based issues, where is the time for a safety engineering focus that goes beyond traditional safety?
The American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) will hold its 2015 CareerAdvantage Development Fair at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition (AIHce) in Salt Lake City, Utah, June 1–3, 2015.
What started years ago as W.W. Grainger’s annual national sales meeting in Orlando, FL, has evolved into a sprawling trade conference and exhibition, with a major emphasis on Grainger’s safety products and services
National Safety Council recognizes the next generation of safety leaders
April 20, 2015
The National Safety Council is accepting nominations for the 2015 NSC Rising Stars of Safety, presented by DuPont Sustainable Solutions. Awarded annually, this recognition honors individuals younger than 40 who have a track record of demonstrating leadership, innovation and involvement in their organization’s safety culture while promoting continuous safety improvement in the workplace.
They’ll be honored at AIHce in Salt Lake City, Utah
April 15, 2015
The American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) has announced the addition of 12 new distinguished Fellows. These individuals have been nominated by their colleagues and recognized for their extraordinary contributions to the industrial hygiene field.
The American Industrial Hygiene Association® (AIHA) has announced that Michael Ellenbecker, ScD, CIH, is the recipient of the 2015 Henry F. Smyth, Jr. Award. This prestigious award is presented to an individual who has gone above and beyond in contributing to the industrial hygiene profession.
As a frontline worker I understand my safety role and responsibilities, along with federal, state and local regulations and what is expected of my employer. What I have concern about is... how many businesses don't utilize the safety expertise of a safety professional if "safety is their overriding priority" or "safety is their value."